Isabell Werth won the Grand Prix in Stockholm. The five international judges placed her on 1 unanimously with a score of no less than 83.625%
1. Isabell Werth - Weihegold OLD
2. Cathrine Dufour - Atterupgaards Cassidy
3. Jessica Von Bredow-Werndl - Zaire-E
Isabell Werth and her black Blue Hors Don Schufro-daughter were the best in Stockholm. The German dressage rider was awarded with a whopping 83.625% and that was enough to take the lead.
For the second place too, the judges all agreed on the placing. Danish Catherine Dufour and Atterupgaards Cassidy (by Caprimond) were awarded with 80.870%. These two ladies were the only ones to score higher than 80%.
Jessica Von Bredow-Werndl, recently in Stuttgart winning the German battle with Werth aboard Dalera, competed with Zaire-E today. The black Son de Niro-daughter and her rider got 77.859%.
There was a battle for the bronze medal, and it was an exiting one. Homerider Patrick Kittel and Well Done de La Roche CMF (by Furstentraum) were only 0.421% behind Von Bredow-Werndl and only 0.199% in front of Swedish rider Therese Nilshagen, placing Kittel in fourth place and Nilshagen aboard Dante Weltino OLD (by Danone 4) fifth.